The first thing that struck us was the silence; a car passed by perhaps every 30mins, no aeroplanes overhead, just the wind and the tinkle of bells from the sheep - it's hard work deciding which bit of nothing to do next :-) It's very rural Sardinia but was spotlessly clean and everything we needed was there. Nino (the owner) and his family made us feel so welcome, we can't thank them enough. The pool was a dream, lovely to cool off in - I would suggest wearing footwear on the grass though.
It's not for you if you want raucous nightlife, lots of noise and non-stop stuff happening. I'd also suggest it's not suitable for very young children because of the openness of the countryside and the pool. The villa and pool are on the same level but there's a step up into the bathroom, providing you have some mobility a disability shouldn't be an issue. Being so high up it's windy (but warm) so keep an eye on sunburn.
Regarding Sardinia as a country I have to say it's nearly perfect. Wherever we went everyone was very friendly and accommodating - few spoke much English but were happy to borrow our Italian/English dictionary or make use of acting out words. We got along just fine, the language is not a problem at all. It is also an ideal place for someone from the UK who has never driven abroad before to visit as there is so little traffic. My personal highlight was the toilets (having experienced many Italian and French ones...) as every single one I visited was spotlessly clean - although toilet paper was in short supply so take a packet of hankies! The down side are the road signs, if you're trying to find a place of interest the signs are useless!
We can't wait to return